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  • Academy of Children's Theatre

    Enjoy family plays, musicals, theatre competitions, outreach programs, mentors children, etc. Located in East Bank Theatre.
    630 Barksdale Blvd.
    Bossier City, LA 71111
    (318) 741-8310
  • African American Heritage Tour

    The self-guided tour takes you to significant sites around town that point out the history and contributions of blacks to the heritage of Shreveport-Bossier City. throughout the history of our city, African Americans have played a significant role in its growth and development.

    Enjoy this self-guided tour or call for group tours by appointment. 2810 Lindholm, Shreveport, LA. (318) 635-2147.
    2810 Lindholm
    Shreveport, LA 71108
    (318) 635-2147
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  • African American History Parade Celebration

    This African American history month parade kicks off at the Municipal Auditorium, celebrating African American Heroes.
    705 Elvis Presley Ave
    Shreveport, LA 71101
    (318) 635-2923
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  • All Star Bowling Lanes

    All Star Lanes offers traditional bowling on 32 lanes for the whole family.Watch your favorite sports on eight flat-screen TVs or challenge your friends in our game room.
    9130 Mansfield Rd
    Shreveport, LA 71118
    (318) 687-3676
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  • American Rose Center's Klima Rose Hall

    Available for special events, meetings, weddings, receptions and parties.
    8877 Jefferson-Paige Rd
    Shreveport, LA 71119
    (318) 938-5402
    (318) 938-5405
    (800) 637-6535
  • Anderson Auditorium, Hurley School of Music

    Hurley presents a wide variety of public concerts.
    2802 Woodlawn Ave
    Shreveport, LA 71104
    (318) 869-5235
    (318) 869-5248
  • Antioch Baptist Church

    Founded in 1866. This church is the oldest African-American Baptist congregation in Shreveport. Present building completed in 1903. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
    1057 Texas Ave
    Shreveport, LA 71101
    (318) 222-7090
    (318) 222-5738
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  • Ark-La-Tex Flyboard

    Ark-La-Tex Flyboard is the only place within 200 miles that you can experience the thrill of "flying" above the water. This is a recreational activity that rivals all others. *Flyboard customers must be 12 years of age or older and weigh a minimum of 90 lbs. Anyone under 18 must have a consent form signed by a parent or guardian.
    1550 Cross Lake Blvd
    Shreveport, LA 71109
    1-844-879-2359
  • Ark-La-Tex Sports Museum of Champions

    This museum features an exhibit for professional athletes from the area such as football and sportscaster great Terry Bradshaw and NBA legend Robert Parish. It’s located inside the Shreveport Convention Center.
    400 Caddo St.
    Shreveport, LA 71101
    (318) 221-8445
    (318) 227-2442
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  • Arodasi Healing Institute

    Experience healing through movement. Dance, somatics, yoga and feldenkrais.
    555 Herndon St
    Shreveport, LA 71101
    (318) 834-0948
    (318) 221-0678
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  • ARTBREAK

    Artbreak features beautiful artwork of Caddo and Bossier Parish students and free hands-on art activities. The largest children's festival in the state, Artbreak is a weekend of dance, music, theater, food, fun and a 5K race. Admission is free to the public.
    400 Clyde Fant Pkwy.
    Shreveport, LA 71101
    (318) 673-6500
    (318) 673-6515
  • Artspace

    Connect to the arts in wonderful, new and exciting ways at a miraculous place where anything can happen. It is your destination for arts, food, and fun.
    710 Texas Ave
    Shreveport, LA 71101
    (318) 673-6535
    (318) 673-6543
  • Artspace

    Unique and stylish facility features contemporary open gallery spaces that make it the ideal location for wedding celebrations, anniversary/birthday parties, formal occasions, and corporate events. We can design an event for you allowing your guests to experience the occasion in an artistic setting and can even include thematic decor and music. Hours of operation can be adjusted to meet your schedule. Can accommodate up to 600 people.
    710 Texas Ave
    Shreveport, LA 71101
    (318) 673-6535
    (318) 673-6543
  • ASEANA Festival

    The ASEANA Festivals are held at the ASEANA Asian Gardens at the corner of Milam and Texas Street in downtown Shreveport. Each festival highlights a different Asian culture and its food, art, dance, games, martial arts and more.

    Read a blog post about the 2013 ASEANA Autumn Festival

    Milam Street at Texas Avenue
    Shreveport, LA 71101
    (318) 401-8078
    (318) 797-4258
  • Asian Gardens of Shreveport

    Today, what was formerly known as the Municipal Plaza Park is now The Asian Gardens of Shreveport.

    Visitors can appreciate the many Asian countries represented in the Park:
    1. Mahabodhi Park Indian Garden
    2. Jardin De Isabelle Phlippine Garden
    3. Ikeda Ou-Bai-Tou-Ri Garden Japanese Garden
    4. Thai Spirit House Thai Garden
    5. Lumen's Delight Myanmar Garden
    6. Angkor Cambodian Park
    7. Dragons encircling Pearl Chinese Garden
    8. Korean Garden
    9. Vietnamese Garden
    10. Laotian Garden

    There is also the Island Rock garden, the South Western Garden, the Sophy's Hands Water Fountain, the Elephant Garden, and Judy's Garden.

    Milam St. at Common St.
    Shreveport, LA 71101
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  • Barksdale Air Show

    The annual air show at Barksdale Air Force Base features static displays including B-52h stratofortress, T-6a Texan 11, and dozens more.
    2nd Bomb Wing Public Affairs Office
    Bossier City, LA 71111
    (318) 456-5502
    (318) 456-5986
  • Barksdale Global Power Museum

    This museum is located on Barksdale Air Force Base, a Strategic Air Command base and important bomber and missile base. The Barksdale Global Power Museum is not only a memorial to the base’s success in battle, but a recognition of many men and women who sacrificed their lives to maintain peace in the US. The museum has six galleries including one dedicated to President George W. Bush’s stop at BAFB right after the tragedies of Sept. 11.
    88 Shreveport Rd
    Barksdale AFB, LA 71110
    (318) 456-4171
    (318) 456-5558
    (318) 752-0055
  • Bella Donna Salon

    Full service salon, massages, facials, manicures, pedicures, eyebrow threading, waxing, and air brush tanning.

    Visit us at www.facebook.com/belladonnasalonshreveport
    1409 E. 70th St
    Shreveport, LA 71105
    (318) 797-8788
    (318) 797-9224
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  • Benton Christmas on the Square

    The Benton Christmas on the Square Festival celebrates the holidays in the charming town of Benton. This annual festival is an open-air venue that provides traditional, family-oriented activities such as food, entertainment, arts and crafts, parades and much more.
    417 Sibley St
    Benton, LA 71006
    (318) 230-6956
  • Benton Farmers' Market

    Benton Farmers’ Market is a Sunday-only outdoor market held at 495 Simpson Street in downtown Benton. The market is located off Highway 3 (Benton Road) in downtown Benton. It is easily accessible from Highway 3, Airline Drive/Palmetto Road and Highway 162.
    495 Simpson St
    Benton, LA 71006
    (318) 584-5977
  • Betty Virginia Park

    The beauty and central location of Betty Virginia Park makes it one of the top visited parks in Shreveport. Open dawn to dusk, the 23-acre park has a 1/2-mile trail, picnic area, multi-purpose building, playground and ballfield.
    3901 Fairfield Ave.
    Shreveport, LA
    (318) 673-7727
  • Boom or Bust Byway

    This scenic byway through the piney woods of Northwest Louisiana takes you through Oil City, Vivian, Hosston, Plain Dealing, Sarepta, Shongaloo, Homer and Lisbon, and connects with other alternate routes along the way. Small towns chock full of treasures, history and fine eating. Hwy. 2 through Caddo, Bossier, Webster, and Claiborne parishes.

    Check out a free GPS at our office in downtown Shreveport which will guide you and give you a detailed tour of Northwest Louisiana. Downtown Tourist Office: 629 Spring St., Shreveport, LA, (318)222-9391 or visit www.boomorbustbyway.com
    LA Hwy. 2
    Shreveport, LA 71101
    (318) 226-8884
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  • Boomtown Days Festival

    Arts and crafts, and food booths, are featured in this festival celebrating Rodessa's past as an oil community. For more information call (318) 223-4211
    Hwy 1
    Rodessa, LA 71069
    (318) 223-4211
    (318) 223-4443
    (318) 465-4053
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  • Bossier City's Downtown Murals

    Five murals within six blocks of Barksdale Boulevard. The most dominant is the Live Oak Avenue mural by Merlin Buddy West and Abby Kent which depicts the beautiful, traditional Southern plantation.
    630 Barksdale Blvd.
    Bossier City, LA 71111
    (318) 741-8310
    (318) 741-8312
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  • Bossier Civic Center

    Meeting space for 10 to 3,000. Features 7,000-square-feet of banquet hall, 24,000 square feet of open exhibit space, in-house decorating for trade shows, full-service catering kitchen, 635 free parking spaces. It is near casinos, horse racing, galleries, museums and restaurants.
    620 Benton Rd
    Bossier City, LA 71111
    (318) 741-8900
    (318) 741-8910
    (800) 522-4842
  • Bossier Parish Library Historical Center

    Learn about the people and culture of Bossier Parish. Peruse the exhibits, books and historical photos.
    2206 Beckett St
    Bossier City, LA 71111
    (318) 746-7717
    (318) 746-7768
  • Brew: A Premier Beer Tasting

    Experience a variety of expensive and international acclaimed and domestically micro-brewed ales, pilsners, stouts and more. The beer connoisseur seminar, included, shares helpful tips on how to get the best taste out of your favorite beer.
    101 Crockett St.
    Shreveport, LA 71101
    (318) 222-7403
  • Caddo Lake Steamboat Co.

    Scenic tour of Caddo Lake. The Graceful Ghost, an authentic recreation of an 1800s steamboat, and the world's last wood-burning steam-powered stern paddlewheeler.
    756 Pine Island Rd.
    Karmack, TX 75661
    1-903-679-3020
  • Caddo Parish Courthouse

    The Caddo Parish Courthouse dates back to 1926 and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The Courthouse is unique with its Rosetta marble wall, floors of pink and gray Tennessee marble bordered in Belgian black marble. Bronze lamps hang gracefully from the ceiling and bronze torches line the marble walls stand as a historical monument in the midst of Downtown Shreveport.

    To arrange a tour of our historic courthouse for your group or organization contact Tammy Patterson at (318) 226-6801.

    501 Texas Ave.
    Shreveport, LA 71101
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  • Captain Fletcher E. Adams 357th Fighter Group Museum

    The 357th Fighter Group is legendary for its victorious air-to-air combat record, the most of any P-51 group in the Eighth Air Force. It has a sizeable display of WWII 357th Fighter Group items donated by former members and their families. Call for an appointment.
    7001 E. Magnolia Ave.
    Ida, LA 71044
    (318) 284-3231
    (318) 469-1060
  • Cargill Park

    Cargill Park is one of the city's largest sport complexes. It is home to many sports tournaments and leagues that draw athletes from all over the country. Cargill has 13 soccer fields, 10 softball fields, and even a BMX track. There is also a covered area for gatherings in addition to the playground and picnic area.
    7700 Lotus Ln
    Shreveport, LA 71108
  • Cash Point "The Party Place"

    The venue offers 7,000 square feet of interior space in addition to 11 acres of useable outdoor space. Interior features include a stage for live entertainment, a bar, dance floor area, dining space, bridal suite and more. Exterior features include ample space for dining and entertainment along the riverbanks in addition to a wedding gazebo constructed from a silo. Interior maximum capacity is 200 people. Exterior maximum capacity is up to 2,500 people.
    221 Cash Point Landing
    Bossier City, LA 71111
    (318) 747-9595
    (318) 752-8228
    (318) 469-3810
  • Centenary College Gold Dome

    The geodesic Gold Dome is a unique landmark located just south of the main Centenary College campus. The multi-purpose facility has a seating capacity of 3,000 and houses both the Centenary Ladies and Gents Basketball teams as well as Ladies Volleyball and Ladies Gymnastics.

    The Gold Dome features a new hardwood painted floor,new sub-floor electronics and ethernet, premium seating, and a new wi-fi public address system.

    The floor can be used in multiple ways as the court can be converted into two cross court basketball courts, eight volleyball courts, or 16 badminton courts.

    2911 Centenary Blvd
    Shreveport, LA 71104
  • CenturyLink Center

    Exciting year round entertainment includes concerts, rodeos, family shows, and more. This facility seats up to 14,000 and offers comfortable, cushioned seating and free parking. Tickets available at the CenturyLink Box Office and all Ticketmaster outlets. Charge by phone at 318-745-3000 or online at www.ticketmaster.com.

     

    2000 CenturyLink Center Dr
    Bossier City, LA 71112
    (318) 747-2501
    (318) 747-2505
  • Chimp Haven

    Retirement sanctuary for chimpanzees. Call or visit our website for a list of Chimpanzee Discovery Days, including hours. A fun learning experience for the entire family. Admission is free.
    13600 Chimpanzee Pl
    Keithville, LA 71047
    (318) 925-9575
  • Chris Hayes Park & Recreation Center

    The park covers six acres of recreational amenities including, crossover bridge to the Mooretown Public Library, outdoor basketball court, softball field, and playground equipment.

    Christopher C. Hays, a humanitarian and community activist, was a lifelong resident of Shreveport, and a five-year veteran with the Shreveport Police Department.

    4300 Illinois Ave
    Shreveport, LA 71109
    (318) 673-7814
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  • Christmas in Roseland

    A fantasy wonderland of more than two million twinkling lights among the roses features eight-foot Christmas cards made by area students, a visit with Santa, a magical train ride, as well as holiday performances. It is 60 acres of holiday family fun.
    8877 Jefferson-Paige Rd
    Greenwood, LA 71033
    (318) 938-5402
    (318) 938-5405
  • Christmas on Caddo Fireworks Festival

    The only fireworks show in North Louisiana presents local entertainment, concessions, clowns, family fun, Santa, and fireworks over Caddo Lake.
    P.O. Box 602
    Vivian, LA 71082
    (318) 631-0182
  • Church of the Holy Cross Episcopal Diocese of Western Louisiana

    In 1839, Shreveport was an unruly river community. Commerce radiated from the riverfront of what is now downtown. The first Episcopal congregation gathered in an unfinished store on the riverfront, and The Rt. Rev. Leonidas Polk, Bishop of Arkansas, Indian Territory, Texas, Louisiana and Mississippi, celebrated the Eucharist, even as he was threatened by rowdy dock workers who wanted no organized religion invading their town. In the coming years, the parish of St. Mark’s was formed and chartered, with its first place of worship built at the corner of Market and Fannin Streets. The Civil War left the little building in poor repair, and in 1905 the parish of St. Mark’s moved to their new building at the junction of Cotton Street and Texas Avenue. The people of St. Mark’s worshiped in this building almost 50 years before moving to their present location on Fairfield Avenue in 1954.

    Believing the Church should continue to have a presence and ministry in the “inner city,” 126 people of St. Mark’s bought the building on Cotton Street and formed The Church of the Holy Cross in 1954.

    As the downtown area continued to decline in population and commerce, the Episcopal Church has responded to a call to minister to those people who have made their homes in the neighborhood: homeless people and indigent people with HIV-AIDS. Today our primary ministry is to our homeless neighbors, serving them in Holy Cross’ day shelter, Hope House. Holy Cross is designated a Jubilee Ministry of The Episcopal Church.

    We continue to partner with others in our community to serve the poorest of the poor in our community of Shreveport and Bossier City.

    875 Cotton St
    Shreveport, LA 71101
    (318) 222-3325
  • Cinco de Mayo Fiesta

    Celebrate the popular Mexican holiday in Festival Plaza . It features local Mexican fare, Chihuahua race, mariachi bands, car show and dancers.
    101 Crockett St
    Shreveport, LA 71101
    (318) 734-7062
  • Cinemark Tinseltown 17

    This theater has stadium seating, digital sound and huge screens.
    8400 Millicent Way
    Shreveport, LA 71115
    1-800-326-3264
    (318) 798-6468
  • CoHab

    Non-profit shared work space.
    500 Clyde Fant Pkwy Ste 200
    Shreveport, LA 71101
    (318) 759-7997
  • Consortium Venue

    Consortium Venue is an event venue for receptions, weddings, banquets, business meetings and private parties. We provide an all-occasion venue that creates a welcoming atmosphere for individuals, groups, organizations and companies to come together to participate in a common activity for business or pleasure.

    Consortium Venue was established in 2007 with more than 15 years of experience in planning events of various types and sizes and 20 years of experience in business management. Let us host your bridal affairs, social gatherings, and business events.

    1925 N Market
    Shreveport, LA 71107
    (318) 424-5383
    (318) 606-5115
  • Cork - A Red River Revel Wine Event

    Taste 80 wines from around the world with great jazz entertainment, and sample food from different area restaurants.
    101 Crockett St Suite C
    Shreveport, LA 71101
    (318) 424-4000
    (318) 226-9559
  • Country Christmas Festival

    The people of Vivian, host a parade and week-long family fun activities in honor of the Christmas holiday season.
    P.O. Box 182 100 Front St.
    Vivian, LA 71082
    (318) 375-5300
    (318) 375-4692
  • Cross Lake Flotilla

    Float on a boat or in a tube all day on Cross Lake with food, music, games, and lots of fun.
    5315 S. Lakeshore Dr. American Legion-Post 14
    Shreveport, LA 71109
    (318) 635-8186
    (318) 635-8187
  • Cypress Nature Study Center

    Cypress Black Bayou features camp sites, cabins, fishing, picnic area and zoo. The nature center is a great place to study the outdoors. The center’s multi-use facility includes a large interpretive center, classrooms, animal lab (that features fish, crawfish, turtles and their alligators “Thunder” and “Lightening”. It’s also a great starting place to explore the park’s 4.5 miles of trails situated on an 84-acre forest and wetland area.
    545 Beach Cir
    Benton, LA 71006
    (318) 965-5800
    (318) 965-1034
  • Dare Dayclub | Ultrapool at Horseshoe Casino & Hotel

    Dare Dayclub | Ultra Pool offers a rhythmic and vibrant setting with modern, sophisticated decor. The music is positive, upbeat, pulsing, re-mastered familiar songs mashed up to create a constant energy boost, and a trendy cocktail menu includes elegant European bottle service offerings. Entertainment includes live music and celebrity appearances.
    711 Horseshoe Blvd
    Bossier City, LA 71111
    (318) 741-7999
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  • Davis Home Place

    This home dates back to 1916, with the original furniture, lighting pieces, working oil lamps, working transoms, push button lights, and pocket doors. By appointment only.
    804 Wilkinson St
    Shreveport, LA 71104
    (318) 221-3881
    (318) 221-4641
  • Delta Wave Massage

    Outcome-based massage therapy with personalized attention. Service available in 60-minute and 90-minute sessions in the salon or at your location. Male and female clients of all ages and sizes are accepted. Clients under 18 must have a guardian sign the consent form and stay in the room during the session.
    3210 Rose Place
    Bossier City, LA 71112
    (318) 658-2814
  • Destiny Day Spa & Salon

    Offers massages, ear candling, nail and hair care.
    210 Plaza Loop
    Bossier City, LA 71111
    (318) 752-2639
    (318) 752-2637
  • Dominique's Event Facility

    Seating up to 140. In-house linen rentals- table cloths, chair covers and more. Full-service bar and prime parking available. On-site event planner. If you already have a venue we do go on location and set-up your event decorations chair covers, table cloths, centerpieces, trees, lighting. Call for an appointment.
    852 Texas St
    Shreveport, LA 71101
    (318) 402-9163
    (318) 402-9354
  • Dragonboat Festival

    The race begins on the Red River with teams rowing in sync to the beat of a drummer. All proceeds go to civil endeavors in the community.
    401 Market St. Suite 1013
    Shreveport, LA 71101
    (318) 459-3000
    (318) 747-3955
  • Duck Commander Independence Bowl

    Post-season college football bowl game featuring teams in the ACC and SEC Conferences.
    401 Market St Ste 120
    Shreveport, LA 71101
    (318) 221-0712
    (318) 221-7366
    (888) 414-2695
  • East Bank Gallery

    Regional artists works are prominently rotated throughout the gallery. For an exhibition list visit their website.
    630 Barksdale Blvd.
    Bossier City, LA 71111
    (318) 741-8310
    (318) 741-8312
  • East Bank Theatre

    A community theatre showcasing a variety of performing arts. Hours 11 am - 5 pm.
    630 Barksdale Blvd
    Bossier City, LA 71111
    (318) 741-8310
    (318) 741-8312
  • Elvis Presley Statue

    A Bronze statue of Elvis Presley stands tall in front of the Municipal Auditorium where the king of rock `n' roll performed on the Louisiana Hayride for the first time in October 1954.
    705 Elvis Presley Ave
    Shreveport, LA 71101
    (318) 220-9434
  • Emmett Hook Center

    Enjoy live theatre, theatre rental, music, dance, and acting.
    550 Common St
    Shreveport, LA 71101
    (318) 429-6887
    (318) 429-6877
  • Escaped Images

    Centenary College's resident dance company. Electric in style and techniques, including modern jazz, tap and performance dance and theatre.
    2911 Centenary Blvd
    Shreveport, LA 71104
    (318) 869-5077
    (800) 259-6447
  • Festival Plaza

    Excellent location in walking distance of riverfront and downtown activities, including casinos, The Spirit of the Red River Cruise, and Sci-Port: Louisiana's Science Center. Includes parking, a main gateway, streetscapings, pedestrian walkways, permanent bathrooms, stages, and concession stands for the many year round festivals held here.
    101 Crockett St
    Shreveport, LA 71101
    (318) 673-5100
    (318) 673-5105
  • Four Permanent Art Islands

    A variety of sculptural approaches by local artists to symbolize community heritage are located on Texas Street in downtown Shreveport. There is a statue of Huddie Ledbetter, Past/Present, Quilt Kiosk and Oil and Gas sculpture. A mural on the outside wall the Shreveport-Bossier Convention & Tourist building at the corner of Spring and Crockett Street depicts some of the activities the bureau staff promotes.
    Texas Street Downtown
    Shreveport, LA 71101
    (318) 673-6500
    (318) 673-6515
    (318) 673-6504
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  • Free Things to Do

    Visiting Shreveport-Bossier doesn't have to cost a lot of money. There are plenty of things to do that are absolutely free. Browse this category to explore a large variety of free activities. Download the brochure to see some of the highlights.

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  • Gallery Fine Art Center

    Local, regional, national and international art including original paintings, photography, glass & sculptures. It is a Brunner Gallery affiliate.
    2151 Airline Dr. Ste. 200
    Bossier City, LA 71111
    (318) 741-9192
  • Gardens of the American Rose Center

    Serene forest setting nestled within 118 acres of beautiful roses, jonquils, dogwoods, magnolias and more. The center is headquarters for the American Rose Society. More than 20,000 roses are planted in 60 spectacular individual gardens.
    8877 Jefferson Paige Road
    Shreveport, LA 71119
    (318) 938-5402
    (318) 938-5405
  • Gators and Friends Alligator Park and Exotic Zoo

    This park is a great place to see alligators wrestle and swim, as well as pet a baby gator for the bravest. But it’s also ideal for exploring the other animals such as the llamas, capybaras, kangaroos, ponies, lemurs, zebras and more. New in 2013, a zip line over the gators and throughout the park opened. It consists of seven zip lines totaling about 4,000 feet in length.
    11441 Hwy 80
    Greenwood, LA 71033
    (318) 938-1199
    (318) 938-1111
    (877) 938-1199
  • Gibsland Bank & Trust Lakehouse Event Center at Villaggio

    The Lakehouse is much more than a typical conference and banquet facility, it is a place for celebrating special occasions with your closest loved ones.
    6350 Venecia Dr
    Bossier City, LA 71111
    (318) 752-6300
  • Gilbert & Sullivan Society

    Founded in 1971, the mission of The Gilbert & Sullivan Society is to present high quality musical productions of Gilbert and Sullivan operettas and other community theatricals.
    205 E. Southfield Rd.
    Shreveport, LA 71105
    (318) 868-1429
    (318) 212-3755
  • Hello Gorgeous Day Spa

    Enjoy Massages, facials, skin care, waxing, hair, nail, and makeup services.
    2369 Airline Dr Suite 400
    Bossier City, LA 71111
    (318) 741-2111
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  • Heritage and Harvest Tour

    Experience a day in the country on a self-guided tour of local homes churches, cotton gins, country stores, a museum, and the cotton fields in Gilliam. The last Saturday in September.
    Hwy. 3049
    Gilliam, LA 71029
    (318) 296-4303
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  • Heritage Village

    See how people at the turn of the century lived. Tour the old Hughes House, school house, log cabin and much more. Tours are by appointment only. 
    414 Sibley St
    Benton, LA 71006
    (318) 965-9166
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  • Highland Jazz and Blues Festival

    Each November the best local and national musicians converge on Columbia Park for Shreveport's own "party in the park." Great food and local artwork available.

    The festival is Saturday, November 15-16, 2014.
    Columbia Park
    Shreveport, LA 71105
    (318) 869-5706
    (318) 869-5707
  • Hirsch Coliseum

    Seats 8,500 for basketball, 10,300 for concerts, five meeting rooms, four dressing rooms, more than 28,000 square feet of arena floor with a ceiling 90 feet high. The ABA Mavericks team plays at Hirsch.
    3701 Hudson St
    Shreveport, LA 71109-5348
    (318) 635-1361
    (318) 631-4909
  • Historic Caddo Lake Drawbridge

    The Caddo Lake Drawbridge will turn 100 years old in 2014. In 1914, as modes of transportation progressed, the significance of the bridge illustrates the unique "Vertical Lift" design which allows the entire center span to lift to vertical direction to allow tall oil equipment to pass through. This landmark is the last surviving Waddell vertical-lift bridge in Louisiana. Listed on National Register of Historic Places.
    500 N Croom St
    Mooringsport, LA
    (318) 929-2806
    (318) 929-3718
  • Historical Tours

    The Shreveport-Bossier downtown areas retain many historic landmarks, including what is widely acknowledged to be the finest collection of important 20th century architecture in the state. Map brochures available for the following tours at area visitor centers.

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    (318) 222-9391
    (800) 551-8682
  • Holiday in Dixie

    One of the oldest festivals in the south celebrates the beginning of spring and the Louisiana Purchase. This festival includes a 10-day carnival at Festival Plaza, the classic parade. a treasure hunt, live music, and family fun.
    101 Crockett St
    Shreveport, LA 71101
    (318) 865-5555
    (318) 868-9577
  • Holiday Lanes

    Holiday Lanes is a beautiful 44 lane center that has been family owned and operated since 1960. With state of the art technology and a professional, attentive staff, Holiday Lanes delivers the best bowling experience around.
    3316 Old Minden Rd
    Bossier City, LA 71112
    (318) 746-7331
    (318) 746-7330
  • Holy Roller Skatepark

    Indoor 15,000 square feet skate park features ramps, hand rails, ledges and more. Skate shop offers apparel and a snack shop.
    3400 Industrial Dr
    Bossier City, LA 71112
    (318) 747-8944
  • Holy Trinity Catholic Church

    Oldest church in Shreveport. Romanesque revival design with main altar of Italian marble gives feeling of European cathedrals. More than 60 stained glass windows. National Register of Historic Places.
    315 Marshall St.
    Shreveport, LA 71101
    (318) 221-5990
    (318) 221-3545
  • Horseshoe Casino & Hotel Riverdome

    A state-of-the-art performance venue, the Horseshoe's spectacular Riverdome offers a packed schedule of performances by the best in country, rock, and pop music artists. Past concerts have included musical luminaries such as Kenny Rogers, Smokey Robinson, and B.B. King.

    The Riverdome is also a great venue for your event or convention and can seat more than 1,300 people.

    711 Horseshoe Blvd
    Bossier City, LA 71111
    (318) 742-0711
    (318) 741-7765
    (800) 895-0711
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  • Huddie "Lead Belly" Ledbetter Statue

    Huddie Ledbetter, better known to the music world as “Lead Belly” was from Mooringsport, La. and was accomplished musician. He could play the guitar, the accordion, mandolin and piano. His music still has a great influence on some of the greatest artists of today. There is a statue of him located on Texas Street in downtown Shreveport.

    416 Texas Ave
    Shreveport, LA 71101
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  • Independence Stadium

    Home to the Independence Bowl and many high school and college football games. Located on the Louisiana State Fairgrounds. It also hosts Lacross, soccer games and football team, The Jaguars.
    3301 Pershing Blvd.
    Shreveport, LA 71109
    (318) 673-7758
    (318) 673-5105
  • Island Fun

    Popular arcade located at The Outlets at Louisiana Boardwalk. It offers the latest in hi-tech video games and lots of prizes.
    324 Plaza Lp
    Bossier City, LA 71111
    (318) 747-8487
    (318) 747-8486
  • J. Bennett Johnston Waterway Regional Visitor Center

    The J. Bennett Johnston Waterway Regional Visitor Center provides the opportunity for people of all ages to learn about the Red River, past and present. The center tells the story of how the Corps of Engineers worked to tame the mighty Red for navigation and recreation.
    700 Clyde Fant Pkwy
    Shreveport, LA 71101
    (318) 677-2673
    (318) 677-2671
  • James Burton Statue

    Rock and Roll Hall of Fame guitarist James Burton's likeness is cast in bronze in front of the Municipal Auditorium. Burton wrote and played the famous guitar licks on Dale Hawkins' "Susie Q" and played lead guitar for Elvis, Ricky Nelson, and legendary artists.
    705 Elvis Presley Ave
    Shreveport, LA 71101
    (318) 220-9434
    (318) 670-5352
    (318) 841-4203
  • Joseph Guin Salon

    Full service salon offering services for hair, massage, and aesthetics. Walk-ins are always welcome. When catering to groups, we work closely with the clients to meet their needs.
    711 Texas Street
    Shreveport, LA 71101
    (318) 865-2525
  • Jubilee Zoo

    Pet and feed animals, ride the carousel ponies, tour the zoo on a hayride, moonwalk, or set up a nice picnic in the playground area.
    6402 Highway 1 North
    Shreveport, LA 71107
    (318) 929-7387
    (318) 929-PETS
  • Karpeles Manuscript Library Museum

    This museum system houses the world’s largest private holding of original documents and manuscripts. The library provides special educational programs and lectures.
    3201 Centenary Blvd
    Shreveport, LA 71104
    (318) 861-7615
    (318) 861-7697
  • Krewe of Barkus and Meoux Mardi Paw Parade

    Mardi Gras pet parade sponsored by the local animal krewe at River View Park. All animals are invited to participate. Animal costumes encouraged. Prizes are awarded.

    The parade is Sunday, February 23, 2014.
    601 Clyde Fant Pkwy
    Shreveport, LA 71101
    (318) 752-CATS
    (318) 752-2287
  • Krewe of Centaur Mardi Gras Parade

    The Mardi Gras season kicks off with the first parade of the year featuring decorative floats, bands, cups, and over four million beads to throw when they hear "Throw me something Mister!".
    Lake St. @ Clyde Fant Pkwy.
    Shreveport, LA 71101
    (318) 390-6320
  • Krewe of Elders

    Founded so that senior citizens might be able to participate in the fun of Mardi Gras without the expense of the bigger krewes.
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    Bossier City, LA 71171
  • Krewe of Gemini Mardi Gras Museum

    Home to the largest collection of Mardi Gras royalty costumes in the northern hemisphere and second largest in the world. Highlights more than a decade of Mardi Gras in North Louisiana and is considered a work in progress. Open Saturdays only, until March 1st. 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Closed Sundays. Call to make an appointment during the week.
    2101 East Texas St.
    Bossier City, LA 71111
    (318) 218-2865
    (318) 797-5426
  • Krewe of Gemini Mardi Gras Parade

    Masked revelers on floats, marchers, and horseback riders respond to the age old cry “Throw me something, Mister!” by tossing beads, toys, and trinkets. Doubloons are coins of no monetary value, minted for the Krewe and collected by many.
    Lake Street @ Clyde Fant Pkwy.
    Shreveport, LA 71101
    (318) 741-9264
  • Krewe of Highland Mardi Gras Parade

    This parade represents the historic Highland community with floats, and some of the most unique throwing such as a hot dog or a yummy moon pie.
    810 Wilkinson
    Shreveport, LA 71104
    (318) 402-1132
    (318) 221-4641
  • Krewe of Sobek Mardi Gras Parade

    This parade features some of the most colorful and elaborate costumes of the royal Queens, Kings and Sobek royalty with plenty of throws and candy. 
    P.O. Box 3125 Queens Borrow Blvd.
    Shreveport, LA 71118
    (318) 222-0132
    (318) 773-6742
  • KTBS-3 Independence Day Festival

    In honor of the United States Military, this celebration features food, music, fireworks, and fun for the whole community.
    101 Crockett St Suite A
    Shreveport, LA 71101
    (318) 861-5800
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  • La Spa at Eldorado Casino & Hotel

    Massages, manicures, pedicures, facials, waxing body treatments, foot reflexology.
    451 Clyde Fant Pkwy
    Shreveport, LA 71101
    (318) 220-5549
  • Let The Good Times Roll Festival

    The good times just keep coming at this annual festival highlighting African American culture with entertainment, crafts, and great food.
    101 Crockett St
    Shreveport, LA 71101
    (318) 470-3890
    (318) 393-7084
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  • Liberty Garden

    Memorial to honor local and national firemen and policemen who have lost their lives. The garden has a fountain and benches amid beautiful landscaping. Faces Beckett Street.
    620 Benton Rd
    Bossier City, LA 71171
    (318) 465-3216
    (318) 213-2101
  • Logan Mansion

    The Logan Mansion, a magnificent 1897 Queen Anne Victorian home, offers a narrated tour complete with ghost stories. $10 per person. Tours by appointment only. Special holiday tours offer for Halloween and Christmas.
    725 Austin Pl
    Shreveport, LA 71101
    (318) 459-2285
  • Los Paloma Sporting Range and Event Center

    The 9,000 square foot, air-conditioned, multi-purpose event center at the Los Paloma complex boasts a large indoor kitchen with two large commercial refrigerator/freezer units and a commercial ice maker. The banquet room accommodates 30 tables and seating for 350. Amenities also include a bar area, an elevated stage with lighting and public address system, a lounge area with wet bar and fridge, a dressing room, and restrooms. In addition, a surround sound system and a 160" rear projection screen system are available. The outdoor cooking and patio area features grills, griddles, stoves, ovens and fish fryers. There are also two covered outdoor pavilions surrounding a beautiful five-acre pond.
    900 Seven Pines Rd.
    Benton, LA 71006
    (318) 465-7507
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  • Louisiana Dance Foundation

    A non-profit organization offering ballet, ballroon jazz, pilates, and tap with ages from 3 to adult. We have collaborated with more than fifty organizations such as the Shreveprot Regional Arts Council, Shreveport Symphony, Shreveport Opera, Red River Revel, and the Strand Theatre.

    Located at 4801 Line Ave., Suite 18, Shreveport, LA. (318) 861-3006
    4801 Line Ave., Suite 18
    Shreveport, LA 71106
    (318) 861-3006
    (318) 861-3020
  • Louisiana Holiday Trail of Lights

    The Louisiana Holiday Trail of Lights offers millions of lights, fireworks, live entertainment, Christmas musicals and parades. Shreveport-Bossier City,  Natchitoches, Minden, Monroe-West Monroe, Alexandria, and Pineville are partner cities. 

    eight cities across northwest Louisiana,
    (318) 222-9391
    (318) 222-0056
  • Louisiana North

    Welcome to Louisiana North. The cities/parishes that comprise Louisiana North offer exciting activities like great cultural attractions, superb festivals, tantalizing local restaurants, and one-of-a-kind shopping adventures. Plus there is plenty to do after sunset, with exciting nightlife and casino gaming action. An abundance of hotels and stately southern Bed-and-Breakfasts provide excellent accommodations. Whether you are interested in hunting, fishing, canoeing, bird watching or hiking, this is the place for you. But it’s the people that really set Louisiana North apart. Whether it’s a casino host or a fishing guide, the people in this area go out of their way to enjoy life, and they want to make sure you do the same.

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  • Louisiana Purchase Plaza

    Public art initiative to commemorate the Louisiana Purchase Bicentennial. Artwork focuses on the distinct cultures that helped to define Northwest Louisiana.
    580 Commerce St
    Shreveport, LA 71101
  • Louisiana Redbud Festival

    Always the third Saturday in March, it features all-day events, music on the square, a parade downtown, food booths, and arts and craft booths. Fun for everyone.
    Vivian Townsquare P.O. Box 1
    Vivian, LA 71082
    (318) 375-3893
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    (903) 796-4781
  • Louisiana State Exhibit Museum

    Located on the Louisiana State Fairgrounds, this museum depicts the agricultural history of the state. The dioramas constructed of beeswax are accurate and detailed to perfection. The West Wing displays archaeological exhibits of the Caddo Nation. A 330 seat auditorium hosts special events. Open daily from 9 am-4 pm. Free admission and ample parking.
    3015 Greenwood Rd
    Shreveport, LA 71109
    (318) 632-2020
    (318) 632-2056
  • Louisiana State Exhibit Museum

    One of the most special aspects of a tour of the Louisiana State Exhibit Museum is the rare dioramas depicting the lives of indigenous people and locals. It’s been opened since 1939 and visitors to this day are awe-inspired by the large frescos painted on the front of the building. The museum also houses a rare collection of Caddo Indian artifacts. The Caddo Indians occupied Shreveport prior to its founding by Captain Henry Miller Shreve. It is also north Louisiana’s only Smithsonian-affiliated museum.
    3015 Greenwood Rd
    Shreveport, LA 71109
    (318) 632-2020
    (318) 632-2056
  • Louisiana State Oil & Gas Museum

    This museum, located in Oil City, near the spot where the first offshore oil wells in the United States-and according to some accounts, in the world-were drilled on Caddo Lake in 1905. The museum pays homage to its community’s role in the oil and gas industry. It is also a stop on the Boom or Bust Byway. Open Wednesday through Friday from 10 am-4 pm.
    200 S. Land Ave.
    Oil City, LA 71061
    (318) 995-6845
    (318) 995-6848
  • Mahogany Ensemble Theatre

    Mahogany Ensemble Theatre involves youth, teens, and adults in performance, training and arts education experiences that make a dramatic contribution to the cultural fabric of our area.
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    Shreveport, LA 71023
    (318) 745-2787
  • Mardi Gras in the Ark-La-Tex

    Mardi Gras in the Ark-La-Tex provides great fun for families, as well as those who like to party hard!

    Over the course of the two major parade weekends, there are seven parades. The two largest parades, Krewe of Centaur and Krewe of Gemini, offer a no-alcohol family zone.

    This party is a grand display of pageantry. The floats are meticulously crafted to reflect various themes. Millions of throws and trinkets are tossed to those below yelling, "Throw me something Mister!" Bring your lawn chairs and a bag to hold all of the throws you'll catch!

    For assistance planning your Mardi Gras experience, request a free copy of "The Gris Gris Guide to Mardi Gras in Shreveport-Bossier" by calling (888) 45-VISIT.

    Visit our event calendar, SBFunGuide.com, to see a list of Mardi Gras events.


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  • Marjorie Lyons Playhouse

    A theater on the Campus of Centenary College. Home to many live performances throughout the year.

    Located at 2911 Centenary Blvd., Shreveport, LA. (318) 869-5242 or www.centenary.edu
    2911 Centenary Blvd
    Shreveport, LA 71104
    (318) 869-5242
    (318) 869-5760
  • McNeill Street Pumping Station New Music Festival

    This annual festival explores the shape and size of the Southern constellation of artists working on the fringes of their communities.

    Read a blog post about the MSPS New Music Festival

    142 N. Common St
    Shreveport, LA 71101
  • Meadows Museum of Art

    THE MEADOWS MUSEUM IS CLOSED FOR THE SUMMER.

    Located on the campus of Centenary College, the museum's permanent collection features the work of French academic artist Jean Despujols documenting the people of Indochina. Visit their website for an exhibition schedule.

    2911 Centenary Blvd
    Shreveport, LA 71104
    (318) 869-5169
    (318) 869-5730
  • MEDJOY Historic Home

    Medjoy is the former residence of the President of Dodd College, a junior college for girls that operated from 1927-1942. It is on the National Register of Historic Places.

    Tours by appointment.
    601 Ockley Dr. Shreveport, La. (318) 861-4424
    601 Ockley Dr
    Shreveport, LA 71106
    (318) 861-4424
    (318) 865-1356
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  • Mooringsport Mini Museum

    Huddie “Ledbelly” Ledbetter, king of the 12-string guitar, was from Mooringsport and has some memoriabilia in the museum. It also documents the culture of the small town and the Caddo Indians that occupied the region. Call for an appointment.
    124 W. Croom St.
    Mooringsport, LA 71060
    (318) 996-7660
    (318) 996-7490
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  • Mudbug Madness Festival

    Mudbug Madness ia a Memorial Day weekend celebration of Louisiana's heritage hosting the premier Crawfish Festival in the South with crawfish eating contest, Cajun fare, live entertainment and music in a family friendly atmosphere at Festival Plaza.
    101 Crockett St
    Shreveport, LA 71101
    (318) 222-7403
    (318) 222-3731
  • Muddy Bottoms ATV & Recreation Park

    Whether you are looking for the full outdoor experience of pitching tents, building campfires and riding through the mud, or you want to enjoy all that the outdoors has to offer and then wash off and relax in a bed, Muddy Bottoms has it all. We have designed the park to fit the needs of all of our guests. The park includes many facilities that you can’t find at any other park in the south. Complete with a welcome center, bathhouse, pro shop, eating pavilion, amphitheater, cabins, and RV hookups, sprinkler park, we are sure you will feel right at home. All of the luxuries are convenient and comforting, but the main focus is the mud, and we have plenty of it! With 5,000 acres, we have plenty of trails, bogs, and tracks to keep you occupied all weekend long. With riders of all ages in mind we have built this park to meet the needs of all who enter the gates.
    100 Muddy Bottoms Dr
    Sarepta, LA 71071
  • Multicultural Center of the South

    Through cultural exhibits, musical programs, artistic demonstrations, visitors take a virtual journey to distant lands to learn about the practices and traditions transported to this country by both long-ago and present day immigrants. Exhibits reflect the cultures of Creoles, Hispanics, Italians, Indians and more. Open Tuesday through Friday, 10 am to 4 pm., Saturday by appointment for group tours only.
    520 Spring St
    Shreveport, LA 71101
    (318) 424-1380
    (318) 424-1384
  • Municipal Auditorium

    The venue is well-known for its superior acoustics. It features seating for more than 3,000, a 6,300-square-foot arena, 54-foot proscenium arch, catering/concession areas, and box office services. Completely renovated in 2014.
    705 Elvis Presley Ave
    Shreveport, LA 71101
    (318) 841-4000
  • My Spa My Way

    Full-service day spa and salon. Offers full body massage, nail services, facials, and body treatments in a quaint and comfortable atmosphere.
    700 E. Kings Hwy.
    Shreveport, LA 71105
    (318) 861-1886
    (318) 861-5067
  • Norsworthy Gallery

    One of downtown's hidden gems featuring premier artists from around the country, local water colorists, student works, Louisiana animal artists, and paintings done by Gwen Norworthy. The exhibits always opens with a lovely reception that is open to the public.
    214 Texas Ave
    Shreveport, LA 71101
    (318) 424-6764
  • Oakland Cemetery

    Oakland Cemetery is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The earliest tombstone dates back to 1842. At least 16 Shreveport mayors and 1,000 Confederate soldiers are buried there.
    1000 Milam St
    Shreveport, LA 71101
    (318) 673-7895
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  • OFF Limits Paintball

    OFF Limits is Louisiana's oldest and largest paintball facility with over 50 acres and 12-plus playing fields, it remains your "one-size-fits-all" park. Concessions are available. The park is open every day, except Mondays unless Monday falls on a holiday.
    608 Robinson Rd
    Elm Grove, LA 71051
    (318) 987-2696
  • Olde Oaks Golf Club

    The Clubhouse is perfect for parties, reunions, dinners, banquets, receptions and more.
    60 Golf Club Dr
    Haughton, LA 71037
    (318) 742-0333
    (318) 742-0412
  • Once in a Millennium Moon Mega Mural

    One of the nation's largest public arts mural it covers 25,000 square feet on the AT&T building. Visible from I-20, the mural is a unique and monumental time capsule capturing the people of Shreveport, their treasures, tragedies, and triumphs. Cotton Street and Marshall Street.
    Cotton St. and Marshall St.
    Shreveport, LA 71101
    (318) 673-6500
    (318) 673-6515
  • Painting With a Twist - Shreveport & Bossier City

    A little paint, a little wine, and a lot of fun! Two locations to serve you: 1409 E. 70th St., Suites 125-126, Shreveport, 318-524-9928, shreveport@paintingwithatwist.com; 4726 E. Texas St., Bossier City, 318-747-9910. The Bossier location has an alcohol-free studio perfect for participants under 21. bossier@paintingwithatwist.com

    1409 E 70th St Suites 125-126
    Shreveport, LA 71105
    (318) 524-9928
    (318) 747-9910
  • Pamoja Art Society / Cultural Art Center

    Pamoja Cultural Art Center offers numerous endeavors that advance artistic development and appreciation of art through activities such as art exhibits, workshops, art classes, theatre plays and cultural dance classes, lectures, and poetry expressions. Pamoja is a clearinghouse for African-American visual and performing artists in northwest Louisiana.
    3806 Linwood Ave
    Shreveport, LA 71103
    (318) 638-8739
    (318) 635-8001
    (318) 220-9132
  • Party Central Family Fun Center

    Enjoy the indoor arcade, jungle gym, and concessions. Outdoors enjoy go-karts, bumper boats, spin zone bumper cars, kiddie rides, miniature golf, batting cages, bungee trampoline, and rock climbing.
    4401 Viking Dr
    Bossier City, LA 71111
    (318) 742-7529
    (318) 742-7544
  • Peace of Mind Center

    Enjoy a Massage and foot spa.
    3722 Youree Dr
    Shreveport, LA 71105
    (318) 219-8344
    (318) 219-7877
  • Pierremont Oaks Tennis Club Inc.

    Private club that offers tennis, swimming lessons, and a restaurant.
    578 Spring Lake Dr.
    Shreveport, LA 71106
    (318) 865-4625
    (318) 868-9024
  • Pioneer Heritage Center

    The early pioneers of Shreveport-Bossier lived very rustic and a tour of these plantation homes demonstrates the lives of the early settlers. Visitors will be engaged as they tour an original dog trot home and medical office built in the 1830s to early 19th Century. It is located on the campus of Louisiana State University in Shreveport and open to the public.
    One University Pl
    Shreveport, LA 71115
    (318) 797-5339
    (318) 797-5110
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  • Pioneer Heritage Festival

    This all-day festival features arts and crafts, concessions, games, entertainment, a bass tournament, a chili cook-off and a parade. Begins the 3rd weekend in September.
    9381 Greenwood Rd
    Greenwood, LA 71033
    (318) 938-7261
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  • Planet Fun Bossier Olympiad

    Planet Fun is a one-of-a-kind family center. Bring the kids to enjoy laser tag, four level soft playland, pizza and other concessions.
    2385 Airline Dr
    Bossier City, LA 71111
    (318) 741-3547
    (318) 549-3646
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  • Poke Salad Festival

    The festival kicks of with a $1,500 treasure hunt, Pokey Pet Parade, carnival, food, children's activities, live entertainment, and loads of fun for the whole family. This festival kicks off the second weekend in May.
    Pinehill Road
    Blanchard, LA 71009
    (318) 309-2647
  • Pumpkin Shine on Line

    This community wide event celebrates Halloween with family fun, jack-o-lanterns, entertainment, and food at Betty Virginia Park.
    1100 Southfield Rd
    Shreveport, LA 71106
    (318) 868-5375
  • R. W. Norton Art Gallery

    Each Spring, the grounds of the Norton Art Gallery burst into bloom with beautiful azalea gardens. The museum houses collections of American and European sculptures, paintings and decorative arts spanning four centuries.

    Open Tuesday through Friday 10 am - 5 pm, Saturday and Sunday 1 pm- 5 pm. Admission is free.
    4747 Creswell Ave
    Shreveport, LA 71106
    (318) 865-4201
    (318) 869-0435
  • R. W. Norton Art Gallery

    Museum of American and European art spanning four centuries, as well as Art of the American West by Frederic Remington and Charles Russell.
    4747 Creswell Ave
    Shreveport, LA 71106
    (318) 865-4201
    (318) 869-0435
  • Ralph A. Worley Observatory

    Used for astronomical classes and public programs, including free public star parties.
    Astronomical Observatory Rd.
    Shreveport, LA 71115
    (318) 635-5034
  • Randle T. Moore Center

    This stately home, constructed in 1920 with the use of Swiss craftsmen, is at the southeast corner of Kings Highway and Fairfield Avenue. The owner, Randle T. Moore, donated the home to the City of Shreveport, which converted it into the Randle T. Moore Community Center. It is a beautiful setting for weddings, formal events, meetings and more.
    3101 Fairfield Ave
    Shreveport, LA 71104
    (318) 673-7817
    (318) 673-6423
  • Red River Crossroads Museum

    Stop in and look at the memorabilia and pictures to see how the residents of the surrounding rural communities lived. It’s a nice detour on the Boom or Bust Byway. Located in the Shreve Memorial Library. By appointment only.
    Hwy 3049
    Gilliam, LA 71029
    (318) 296-4303
    (318) 296-4233
  • Red River Entertainment District

    Open air, paved space under the Texas Street Bridge is the perfect spot for concerts, festivals, and more.
    500 Clyde Fant Pkwy
    Shreveport, LA 71101
    (318) 220-5452
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  • Red River Revel Arts Festival

    Hundreds of the country's top artists, craftsmen, entertainers, and culinary masters come together each October for this annual festival of arts. This remarkable variety of food and activities is located just off the Red River in Festival Plaza.
    101 Crockett St Suite C
    Shreveport, LA 71101
    (318) 424-4000
    (318) 226-9559
  • Regal Cinemas Bossier Corners 9

    Enjoy nine screens of the latest movie releases.
    2800 Shed Rd
    Bossier City, LA 71111
    (318) 742-9922
    (318) 742-7799
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  • Regal Louisiana Boardwalk Stadium 14

    Best place to see a movie right on The Outlet at Louisiana Boardwalk.
    2 River Colony Dr
    Bossier City, LA 71111
    (318) 742-9896
    (800) 326-3264
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  • Remington Suite Hotel and Spa

    Relax at The Remington Suite Hotel and Spa, where you will find luxurious accommodations in one of our 22 newly renovated suites. Indulge in all of the luxurious amenities The Remington has to offer, including a full service salon and spa, fully equipped fitness center, indoor heated salt water pool and Jacuzzi, sauna and steam room, and free wireless Internet for your use. Plan your next special event, meeting, or night out at The Remington and choose between three of our multipurpose event facilities. For more information visit our Meetings and Events page. Our spa store off the lobby retails gloTherapeutics and gloMinerals along with our luxurious Remington Robes.

    To schedule an appointment for any of the above services, please call (318) 425- 8684

    220 Travis St
    Shreveport, LA 71101-3298
    (318) 425-5000
    (318) 425-5011
    (800) 444-6750
  • River Cities Jubilee Chorus

    Let our barbershop chorus entertain at your next event! We perform at The First Lutheran Church. Monday nights are Free to the public. All singers are welcome to join us.
    2115 Line Ave.
    Shreveport, LA 71104
    (318) 673-4968
  • River City Repertory Theatre

    Professional theatre company sanctioned by Actors' Equity. See website for venues.

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  • RiverView Park

    Features an interactive water fountain with light and music, a 300-foot-long floating boat dock, a magnificent waterfall that incorporates natural stone and plantings, an arbor and viewing area at the summit of a waterfall.
    601 Clyde Fant Pkwy
    Shreveport, LA 71101
  • Robinson Film Center

    Exhibiting international, independent and classic film. Serves as resource for filmmaking and film education. Home of Abby Singers' Bistro.
    617 Texas St
    Shreveport, LA 71101
    (318) 424-9090
    (318) 424-9190
  • Robinson Film Center

    First-class facilities, cafe and catering services prepare oustanding foods for events ranging from banquets and wedding receptions to coffee breaks and brunches. More than 2,300 square feet of multi-use event space, complete with state-of-the art multimedia capabilities.
    617 Texas St
    Shreveport, LA 71101
    (318) 424-9090
    (318) 424-9190
  • Rose Spa & Fitness Center

    Your personal haven for luxury pampering, relaxing, and invigoration.
    315 Clyde Fant Pkwy
    Shreveport, LA 71101
    (318) 424-5616
    (318) 429-5467
  • Sandy' s Dance Center

    Sandys Dance Center provides group and private dance lessons in Ballroom, Latin, Swing, Country Western, and Line Dance. Whether you choose Tango, Swing, Salsa, Waltz, or Belly Dance, SandysDance Center hosts regular dance parties so you can put those dance steps to good use.
    111 Dalton St Ste 400
    Shreveport, LA 71106
    (318) 465-4534
  • Sci-Port: Louisiana's Science Center

    This hands-on science centers are for those who love adventure. With more than 290 hands-on science and math exhibits, a space planetarium, gift shop and domed IMAX Theater, visitors can spend an entire day learning and exploring. For hours, prices and new traveling exhibits visit www.sciport.org
    820 Clyde Fant Pkwy.
    Shreveport, LA 71101
    (318) 424-3466
    (318) 222-5592
    (877) SCI-PORT
  • Sci-Port: Louisiana's Science Center

    Sci-Port Parties...In a Galaxy of their own! "Under the Stars" Mingling, Dining & Dancing, breathtaking views of downtown Shreveport and the Bossier City riverfront, solarium & rooftop terrace, roaming Math & Science "Magicians", Sci-Port programming staff, exquisite food...or delicious down-home fare.

    More than 10 party areas. Latest in presentation technology and A/V equipment.
    820 Clyde Fant Pkwy.
    Shreveport, LA 71101
    (318) 424-3466
    (318) 222-5592
    (877) SCI-PORT
  • Scottish Rite Cathedral

    One of the most historic and beautiful buildings in Shreveport houses the Shreveport Consistory of the Scottish Rite, highest order of Freemasonry. It's lavishly ornate theater, stage, social hall; reception and meeting rooms make it an exceptional venue for the finest social events. Open Monday - Friday 8-3:30 pm.
    725 Cotton St
    Shreveport, LA 71101
    (318) 221-9713
    (318) 226-0843
  • Sedona Day Spa - Horseshoe Casino & Hotel

    Offers massage, facials, wraps, stone therapy, hand and foot therapy, and more. Registered guests enjoy the fitness center, steam room and sauna $10, non-registered guests $15. Open 7 days a week. 
    711 Horseshoe Blvd
    Bossier City, LA 71111
    (318) 742-0711
    (318) 741-7898
    1-800-895-0711
  • Serenity Spa & Nails

    Pamper body and soul at specialty foot spa and nail salon.
    2656 Beene Blvd
    Bossier City, LA 71111
    (318) 746-8727
    (318) 746-8724
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  • Shreve Town Ghost Walk

    Guided walking tour of the ghosts that haunt downtown Shreveport.  Saturdays only, May through October. Cancelled during inclement weather.  See website for details.

    Shreveport, LA 71101
    (318) 200-0711
  • Shreveport Classic Football Game

    The annual display of gridiron skills between two Historical Black Colleges and Universities is held year during the State Fair of Louisiana at Independence Stadium. 
    3301 Pershing Blvd
    Shreveport, LA 71109
    (936) 261-91
  • Shreveport Common

    Downtown’s newest oldest “uncommon” place designed as Shreveport’s first Cultural Community, an intimate 9-block urban arts community built, and rebuilt, on Authenticity, Community, Creativity and Sustainability.
    801 Crockett St
    Shreveport, LA 71101
    (318) 673-6500
    (318) 673-6515
  • Shreveport Convention Center

    Multi-purpose, state-of-the-art facility designed to accommodate any event. More than 350,000 square feet of meeting space. Hilton Hotel Shreveport is connected to the convention center and offers overflow meeting space.
    400 Caddo St.
    Shreveport, LA 71101
    (318) 841-4000
    (318) 841-4040
  • Shreveport Farmers' Market

    Regional fresh fruits and vegetables, homemade jellies, and more. Saturdays, June-September, 7 a.m.-noon. Tuesdays, June and July, 3-6 p.m., featuring live music. On-site parking, public restroom facilities. Fall market, October-November, Saturdays  8 a.m.-noon.
    101 Crocket St., Suite C
    Shreveport, LA 71101
    (318) 455-5788
    Map
  • Shreveport House Concerts

    Help yourself to original live music, performed in a warm, intimate setting. It’s a monthly, all-volunteer event and features nationally touring singer/songwriters and musicians. We’re here to share great live music with our friends.
    1508 Fairfield Ave
    Shreveport, LA 71101
    (318) 780-4454
  • Shreveport Little Theatre & Academy

     Built in 1922, it is one of the oldest in the nation varied season of live theatre.
    812 Margaret Pl.
    Shreveport, LA 71101
    (318) 424-4439
  • Shreveport Metropolitan Ballet

    Presents three ballet productions per year in RiverView Theatre. Performances for 2013-2014. Senior Apprentice, 3/14/14; The Wizard of Oz 4/12-13/14; Fall for Dance, 9 /14/13; and The Nutcracker, 12/7-8/13. 
    800 Spring St. Suite 203
    Shreveport, LA 71101
    (318) 221-8500
    (318) 866-9927
  • Shreveport Opera

    Visit http://www.shreveportopera.org for upcoming shows, tickets, and special events. All performances take place at the Riverview Theater at 7:30 pm.
    212 Texas St., Ste. 101
    Shreveport, LA 71101
    (318) 227-9503
    (318) 227-9518
  • Shreveport Railroad Museum

    Showcases the history of railroads in and around Shreveport since 1860. Open Wednesday-Saturday, 10 am to 4 pm.
    142 N. Common Street
    Shreveport, LA 71101
    (318) 797-8008
    (318) 631-9164
  • Shreveport RiverView Hall

    Accommodates many types of events. 16,200 square feet of exhibit space, theater-style seating for 2,000, banquet seating for 900. The fully- equipped banquet kitchen, and exhibit booths. Located on riverfront in downtown Shreveport.
    600 Clyde Fant Pkwy
    Shreveport, LA 71101
    (318) 673-5100
    (318) 673-5105
    Map
  • Shreveport RiverView Theater

    Premier performing arts venue in the riverfront/downtown entertainment district. Host to the regular season performances of the Shreveport Symphony, Shreveport Opera and the Shreveport Metropolitan Ballet. Touring children’s plays, concerts, comedy performances and more. Seats 1,737 in the theatre.
    600 Clyde Fant Pkwy
    Shreveport, LA 71101
    (318) 673-5100
    (318) 673-5105
  • Shreveport Symphony Orchestra

    Enjoy classical, pops, and live orchestral concerts September-May.
    619 Louisiana Ave., Suite 400
    Shreveport, LA 71101
    (318) 222-7496
    (318) 222-7490
    (318) 227-8863
  • Shreveport Water Works Museum

    This National Historic Landmark was built in 1887. This was the nation's last operating steam-powered water works when the steam engines were retired in 1980.
    142 N. Common St
    Shreveport, LA 71101
    (318) 221-3388
  • Shreveport-Bossier Film Trail

    Shreveport-Bossier has become the filming destination for some of the biggest names in the industry. Please pick up a brochure of the self-directed tour of many film sites. Major movies that have been filmed include The Guardian, Mad Money, Battle Los Angeles and more. The signs will describe the locations. Download the brochure on www.shreveport-bossier.org.

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  • Silver Lake Ballroom

    Elegant event space is located in downtown Shreveport and features meeting and event rooms, 6,000 square feet of flexible event space, free parking and more.
    900 Market St
    Shreveport, LA 71101
    (318) 426-3066
    (318) 670-1515
  • South Highlands Summer Market

    Shreveport’s new summertime open-air market is located in the lush South Highlands neighborhood and promises to be a unique experience for all who are looking for something fun and free to do on a Friday night in June, July and August. This family-friendly market will be open to the public and will feature 20+ vendors from our region selling locally grown fresh produce, handmade food products, and specialty artisan crafted items. A seating area with tables and chairs will allow for shoppers to take a break, grab a bite to eat from vendors or a food truck and listen to local musicians performing.

    Vendors might include regional farmers, Pa Honey (homemade candy and pralines), Sweet Tees (limited edition “southern style” t-shirt designs), Tricia Hughes (Parisian-inspired flocked home decor items), Gogreenly (vegetarian dishes), and many others. Different vendors will be showcased each week, so shoppers will enjoy a new and interesting shopping experience each time they visit. Strollers and pets are welcome, so grab the family and stroll on over to Mall St. Vincent. You never know who or what you might encounter!

    For information on becoming a vendor, contact Apex Events at apexeventsllc@gmail.com.

    1133 St. Vincent Ave
    Shreveport, LA 71104
    (318) 771-1768
  • Spa Concepts

    Different by Nature, Concepts is a full-service AVEDA Salon and Day Spa that offers a services for  men and women at two locations in Shreveport: 428 Ashley Ridge Blvd.,318-861-0199 or 6535 Youree Drive, Suite 407, 318-524-3015.
    428 Ashley Ridge Blvd
    Shreveport, LA 71106
    (318) 861-0199
    (318) 861-2166
  • Spirit of the Red River Cruise

    This hour-long tour on the Red River showcases Shreveport-Bossier’s waterways and community from a different vantage point. The tour showcases the Outlets at the Louisiana Boardwalk, Sci-Port: Louisiana’s Science Center (located just across the street), and six casinos. It also showcases the beautiful birds and fauna of the popular river. It operates Thursday-Saturday, 10 am-5 pm and Sunday, 12 noon-5 pm. The last cruise on any day is 4 pm.
    820 Clyde Fant Pkwy
    Shreveport, LA 71101
    (318) 564-3560
  • Splash Kingdom Water Park

    Opens Memorial Day weekend and closes Labor Day weekend. This water park's mission is to glorify God, while providing safe and fun water recreation for families. Some of the water attractions include the big bends, flash flood, wave pool, cannonball and kid’s castle.
    7670 W. 70th St
    Shreveport, LA 71129
    (318) 938-5475
    (318) 938-1183
    (318) 938-5473
  • Splat Zone Paintball

    Splat Zone Paintball is a great place to have your party. We have covered picnic areas, BBQ pits and four large playing fields. Located on Barksdale AFB and we are open to the public. Call today to book your party.
    100 Range Rd
    Barksdale AFB, LA 71110
    (318) 309-4152
  • Spring Bloom Celebration

    Each April the American Rose Center celebrates the blooming season. Highlighting the event is a seminar on growing roses with other activities all week.
    8877 Jefferson-Paige Rd
    Shreveport, LA 71119
    (318) 938-5402
    (318) 938-5405
    ars@hg.org
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  • Spring Street Historical Museum

    THE SPRING STREET HISTORICAL MUSEUM IS CURRENTLY CLOSED FOR REPAIR WORK.

    Take a trip back in time to see what life was like when Shreveport was first formed. Built as Tally's Bank, the Spring Street Historical Museum is housed in one of the oldest remaining buildings in downtown Shreveport. It features the original vault, Victorian cast-iron grillwork, gallery, maps and videos. Open Wednesday through Friday from 10 am to 4 pm. Free.

    525 Spring St
    Shreveport, LA 71101
    (318) 424-0964
  • State Fair of Louisiana

    The official State Fair of Louisiana boasts 14 thrilling days of fun for everyone with free daily circus shows, plenty of games and rides, with some of the most unique fair food in the nation. It is the "Official" State Fair for Louisiana with the largest livestock shows and carnival in the state.
    3701 Hudson St
    Shreveport, LA 71109
    (318) 635-1361
    (318) 631-4909
  • Stephens African American Museum

    This museum is a living museum dedicated to the preservation of African American history, artifacts and documents.
    2810 Lindholm
    Shreveport, LA 71108
    (318) 635-2147
    (318) 635-2147
  • Stoner Avenue Skate Plaza

    The skate park is located on Shreveport's picturesque riverfront. It features two manual pads, three sets of stairs, eight ramps perfect for skateboarding, inline skating, and bikes.
    Stoner Avenue at Clyde Fant Parkway
    Shreveport, LA 71101
    (318) 673-7727
    (318) 673-7756
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  • Strand Theatre

    The Strand was built in 1925, and is the official Louisiana Theatre. It is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. This theatre presents top touring Broadway productions, concerts and quality entertainment in a world class facility.
    619 Louisiana Ave
    Shreveport, LA 71101
    (318) 226-1481
    (318) 424-5434
  • Strand Theatre

    Built in 1925, listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Official Louisiana theatre. Presents top touring Broadway productions, concerts, and comedy shows.
    619 Louisiana Ave
    Shreveport, LA 71101
    (318) 226-1481
    (318) 424-5434
  • Sunflower Trail & Festival

    With a trail of sunflowers blooming along Hwy 3049, this festival is filled with crafts, entertainment, food, and family fun.
    Hwy. 3049
    Gilliam, LA 71029
    (318) 296-4393
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  • Super Derby Festival of Racing

    Horses, trainers, and riders come from around the country to compete at Harrah's Louisiana Downs during the festival, which culminates in the Grade I Super Derby.
    8000 E Texas St
    Bossier City, LA 71111
    (318) 747-RACE
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  • Taylortown Store Reception Hall

    Conveniently located in south Bossier Parish on Waterloo  Plantation, the Taylortown  Store Reception Hall is a fine  example of historical interest  and architectural charm.  This unique venue has been  distinctively remodeled with  attention to fine craftsmanship,  decorative details and modern  conveniences to accommodate wedding receptions and special events.

    Now featuring a beautiful outside/garden wedding space .


    Modern restrooms
    Kitchen area for food prep, warming and arranging catered food (cooking is not allowed inside the building)
    Bar service area
    Covered porch area
    Main hall 4,000 square feet
    Wood flooring
    Maximum occupancy of 150 guests
    Tables and chairs to accommodate 100 guests
    Electrical outlets and wiring suitable for professional sound systems
    Ceiling fans
    Expansive parking for 75 cars (larger events require valet service)

    8568 Barksdale Blvd.
    Bosssier City, LA 71112
    (318) 780-4223
  • Texas Avenue Makers Fair

    Located at the corner of Texas Avenue and Common Street in downtown Shreveport, the Makers Fair recreates the lively vibe that once was commonplace in this historic, downtown neighborhood. The Texas Avenue Makers Fair was founded as a way to draw the community to this underutilized section of Downtown Shreveport as the Texas Avenue Community Association and other organizations work to revitalize the area.
    Makers offer a wide assortment of handmade, re-purposed  or reconstructed items ranging from clothing and fashion accessories to toys, food and art.

    Admission is free and abundant free parking is available near the event.


    Read a blog post about the Spring 2013 Texas Avenue Makers Fair

    Common St and Texas Ave
    Shreveport, LA 71101
  • Texas Country Music Hall of Fame & Tex Ritter Museum

    Country music legends, entertainment, gift shop. Bus tour friendly.
    310 W Panola St
    Carthage, TX 75633
    (903) 693-6634
    (903) 693-8578
  • The Battle on the Border High School Football Showcase

    The Battle on the Border High School Football Showcase is played in Independence Stadium. This historic sporting event highlights some of the top high school football programs in the southern region and country.
    3301 Pershing Blvd
    Shreveport, LA 71109
    (318) 222-9391
  • The Dixie Gin

    The Dixie Cotton Gin offers true Southern charm, which is perfect for Southern weddings, receptions, class reunions, private parties and much more! The venue is a blank canvas for any and every style. Each event is customized in its own special way and leaves behind many memories that will last forever. We specialize in private/corporate parties, weddings, reunions and more!
    6596 Sentell Rd
    Shreveport, LA 71107
    (318) 455-5656
    (318) 423-7513
  • The Duck Pond

    The official name is East Kings Highway Park, but this wonderful play area along Old River is known to locals as "the duck pond". Lots of play structures, swings, slides, picnic tables, a waterfront location and, of course, the ducks, make this soft-surfaced playground a great place to spend an afternoon! Open dawn to dusk. Restroom facility available.
    1200 East Kings Hwy
    Shreveport, LA 71105
    (318) 673-7727
  • The Hands of Peace Massage Therapy

    A massage therapy clinic that provides advanced therapeutic and relaxation massages in a safe, comfortable and relaxing environment. Two locations to serve you. 455 Curtis Rd. Bossier City La. 71111 inside BX Mall at BAFB, Ste. 1205B 3018 Old Minden Rd.
    Bossier City, LA 71112.
    3018 Old Minden Rd. Ste. 1205B
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    (318) 742-7070
  • The North Market Venue

    Built by Bethlehem Supply Company in 1946, the 2750-sq.-ft. facility is beautifully enhanced with locally milled heart of pine tongue-and-groove floors.

    The climate-controlled Grand Room is sprinkled with designer embellishments throughout, and is equipped to accommodate parties of 20 to 200—a great alternative to a generic ballroom.

    The North Market Venue is the perfect destination for your: wedding, party, reunion, seminar, retreat and more.

    403 N. Market St.
    Shreveport, LA 71107
    (318) 425-4437
    (318) 425-4434
  • The Wild Petunia Special Events Venue

    Offering full-service event planning for an indoor/outdoor event venue in a 1930s building.
    408 Caddo St
    Belcher, LA 71004
    (318) 518-6588
  • Theatre of the Performing Arts of Shreveport

    This non-profit organization whose mission is to foster the culture, arts, and history of African-Americans. The 12th Annual Yazzy Youth Jazz Concert will take place on Friday, May 23, 2014 at the Municipal Auditorium.
    4005 Lakeshore Dr
    Shreveport, LA 71109
    (318) 525-0740
    (318) 525-0720
    (318) 621-8914
  • Three Major Sculptures

    Check out Dignitas on Benton Road, Three Fold Unity on Barksdale Boulvard, and Red River Blues on Arthur Ray Teague Parkway.

    630 Barksdale Blvd
    Bossier City, LA 71111
    (318) 741-8310
    (318) 741-8312
  • TNT Express Thursday Nite Trolley Tour

    This free tour is an explosion of culture and history with stops at several of the 15 cultural attractions throughout downtown Shreveport. Learn exciting facts about our history with tour guide Jan Pettiet, every third Thursday of the month.
    710 Texas Ave.
    Shreveport, LA 71101
    (318) 673-6500
    (318) 673-6515
  • Touchstone Artworks

    An art gallery that is pleased to display the work of both local and regional artist.
    5011 E. Texas Street
    Bossier City, LA 71111
    (318) 746-5792
    (318) 746-5878
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  • Touchstone Wildlife & Art Museum

    Features more than 1,000 mounted animals from around the world displayed in replicated natural habitats. The museum also features displays of American Indian artifacts, a Bonnie and Clyde artifacts, and ar relics and more.
    3386 Hwy. 80 E.
    Haughton, LA 71037
    (318) 949-2323
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  • Twelfth Night Celebration

    The official introduction to the Mardi Gras Season presents area krewe's kings, queens, and royal courts to the public. It is a night of food, fun, and entertainment. The celebration kicks off the first Saturday in January.
    400 Caddo St.
    Shreveport, LA 71101
    (318) 218-2865
    (318) 751-8796
  • Twin City Bomber Bash

    The annual car show features “rat rods,” unique customs and classic hot rods, as well as a drive-in movie screening, the Miss Bomber Bash pageant, and more.
    3033 Hilton Drive
    Bossier City, LA 71111
  • UNSCENE!

    UNSCENE! is a monthly series created by The Shreveport Regional Arts Council (SRAC), which will UNleash Shreveport Common, debuting the innovative look, feel, tastes, smells, and sounds of this new Uncommon Cultural Community.

    Twelve UNSCENE! events will be comprised of national, regional and local artists who will create and present UNconventional new works that will be UNlike any festival “scene” in Louisiana and will feature transformational interactive arts activities. Examples of these activities include public art installations, films projected in and on the buildings, exhibitions in UNexpected spaces, spoken word on stoops, theatre in the air, dance in the garden, giant puppet theatre in the alley, a juried street arts market, innovative scavenger hunts and walking, biking, and float parades.

    various locations in downtown Shreveport
    Shreveport, LA 71101
  • Vivian Railroad Station Museum

    Learn about the area's railroad history. Each meticulously restored room exhibits a diverse array of North Caddo Parish history.
    100 North Front St
    Vivian, LA 71082
    (318) 375-5300
    (318) 375-5300
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  • Walter B. Jacobs Memorial Nature Park

    Interpretive exhibits, hiking trails and picnic area. Trails are well marked, identifying natural features and animal habitats.
    8012 Blanchard Furrh Rd
    Shreveport, LA 71107
    (318) 929-2806
    (318) 929-3718
  • Woman's Department Club

    Grand manner and easy elegance is found in a landmark building with modern conveniences. It has a 440 seat auditorium with rentals available. Listed on the National Archives Historical List. 
    802 Margaret Pl
    Shreveport, LA 71101
    (318) 222-4186
    (318) 222-4186
  • World Religion Day

    Become enlightened about world religions from people who live them. the last Sunday in January.
    520 Olive St.
    Shreveport, LA 71104
    (318) 780-2636
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